Dewey's $2 Million Man

Executive director Stephen DiCarmine had the most powerful nonlegal job at the doomed firm.

, The American Lawyer

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Executive director Stephen DiCarmine had the most powerful nonlegal job at the doomed firm.

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  • Friedrich Blase

    If DiCarmine's role was "nonlegal", what was Davis' role? This "profile" misses the opportunity to shape the language used to describe management in law firms; instead it reinforces existing misconceptions about lawyers and "non-lawyers", including those who are lawyers like DiCarmine. Where are "non-accountants", "non-bankers" or "non-engineers" tolerated in our society, including and especially by relevant media outlets?

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